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0x000000ea error after updating drivers (Win 10 64)

Question asked by btenpenny on Jun 29, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 30, 2016 by amdmatt

Any time I update the Radeon drivers to a version newer than about 15.7.1 I start getting BSOD's on my PC. It's not particularly in games, or when the GPU is under load, though it sometimes happens then. It's just as likely to be when opening a browser, or just moving the mouse around on the screen.


I have a R290

Windows 10 64-bit

16gb RAM

Using an LG television as a display, via HDMI

I've used DDU to do a clean install, followed by both letting the AMD driver install run, or by going the "I have a disk" method after clean-boot DDU uninstall.


The error getting logged is as follows:

The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck.  The bugcheck was: 0x000000ea (0xffffe001f3ed1080,


Looking this error up appears to be a Stuck Thread issue.


Looking at my install directory, I'd say I've tried 7 different driver versions, going back to August 2015, and they all crash in the same way. I've seen other folks on here with the same issues, but no one seems to have answers.


Thanks in advance for the help!